Department of Environmental Science & Policy, Cooperative Extension
Ted Grosholz is a Professor and Specialist in Cooperative Extension in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy. His research focuses on the intersection between fundamental processes that structure benthic communities and the human impacts that also impact these ecosystems. This work includes field and lab studies of climate change impacts associated with increasing temperature, acidification and sea levels as well as the consequences of biological invasions on estuarine ecosystems. He is also actively engaged in restoration of native oysters, seagrasses and wetland plants as well as the management of invasive non-native species.